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Slide 0: The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, Sixth Edition
The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, Sixth Edition
$25.95
Endorsed by the North American Scrabble Players Association, this newest The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, Sixth Edition from Merrian-Webster features more than 100,000 playable words, including hundreds of new ones, like bitcoin and emoji. Main entries give a brief definition, part of speech, and inflected forms for easy word validation.
 
Slide 1: National Geographic Atlas of Beer: A Globetrotting Journey Through the World of Beer
National Geographic Atlas of Beer: A Globetrotting Journey Through the World of Beer
$40.00
National Geographic Atlas of Beer: A Globetrotting Journey Through the World of Beer is the ultimate beer lover's guide. Overflowing with stunning photography, unique drinking destinations, and inside knowledge from brewers and bar owners around the globe, this extraordinary compendium from "Beer geographers" Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark Patterson includes more beers and more countries than any other book of its kind. Includes beer recommendations from Garrett Oliver, renowned brewmaster of Brooklyn Brewery. Travel tips include the best breweries, beer festivals, and pubs in each location. Smart, compelling, and practical, this essential guide will help you discover the best beer wherever you are.
 
Slide 2: Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms
Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms
$45.00
In Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms discover how Norman Rockwell's paintings of FDR's Four Freedoms—Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want, Freedom from Fear—changed public perception, rallying millions of people to support the War effort. This pivotal American story of art inspiring a national movement drives home the power of illustrations to communicate ideas.
 
Slide 3: Caticons: 4000 Years of Art Imitating Cats
Caticons: 4000 Years of Art Imitating Cats
$49.95
A compelling homage to cats and the fascination they engender, Caticons: 4,000 Years of Art Imitating Cats is eminently worthy of your finest coffee table. Explore 468 images (many with poems, quotes, and text) of all things feline—cats in art, cats in books and entertainment, cats and children, cats and music, cat lovers, cat haters...
 
Slide 4: Game Worn: Baseball Treasures from the Game's Greatest Heroes and Moments
Game Worn: Baseball Treasures from the Game's Greatest Heroes and Moments
$34.95
A richly illustrated first of its kind anthology, Game Worn: Baseball Treasures from the Game's Greatest Heroes and Moments tells the story of baseball's most esteemed 20th century game worn uniforms—including Babe Ruth's road jersey from his first season with the New York Yankees (1920), the sole surviving uniform from the infamous 1919 World Series, Joe DiMaggio's rookie uniform from 1936, the Boston Red Sox road uniform Ted Williams wore during his epic 1941 season, Jackie Robinson's Brooklyn Dodgers home jersey from the 1952 season, Bill Mazeroski's Pittsburgh Pirates home uniform worn to hit the game-winning home run in game 7 of the 1960 World Series, and a visual feast of rare uniform styles. This coffee-table book also includes many of the most historically significant jackets, hats, and other treasured baseball collectibles.
 
Slide 5: America The Cookbook: A Culinary Road Trip Through The 50 States
America The Cookbook: A Culinary Road Trip Through The 50 States
$49.95
From appetizers to desserts and beyond, America the Cookbook: A Culinary Road Trip Through the 50 States is the first book to comprehensively document AND celebrate the diversity and melting-pot fusion of American cuisine. This 800-recipe collection includes a unique state-by-state section with essays and menus from 100 preeminent food experts and chefs. Thoroughly researched.
 
Slide 6: Through the African American Lens
Through the African American Lens
$16.95
From daguerreotype portraits taken before the Civil War to twenty-first century digital prints, the Double Exposure series is a striking visual record of key historical events, cultural touchstones, and private and communal moments that helps to illuminate African American life. In addition to featuring fifty photographs from a broad range of African American experiences, each thematic volume includes introductions by some of the leading historians, activists, photographers, and writers of our times. Through the African American Lens is an introduction to the photography collection, revealing the ways in which African Americans have used activism, community, and culture to fight for social justice and create a better life.
 
Slide 7: Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life
Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life
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In Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life we follow Freer from his humble beginnings in Kingston, New York, to his rise to prominence in the railroad manufacturing industry in Detroit, Michigan. A richly illustrated narrative, Lee Glazer—the Freer Gallery's curator of American art—reveals in Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life his transformation from capitalist to connoisseur of both Asian and American art, his friendships with contemporary American artists, the decorative transformation of his home in Detroit, and his quest for masterpieces from Turkey to Tokyo. Drawing on Freer's voluminous correspondence and personal papers, Charles Lang Freer: A Cosmopolitan Life frames Freer's biography against the background of Gilded Age culture and the rise of the United States as an international power in the early decades of the twentieth century.
 
Slide 8: Double Exposure African American Women
Double Exposure African American Women
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Double Exposure: African American Women highlights NMAAHC’s rich collection of striking photographs of African American girls and women, some of whom are cultural icons. This third volume in the Double Exposure series demonstrates the dignity, joy, heartbreak, commitment, and sacrifice of women of all ages and backgrounds by photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Beverly Conley, Robert Galbraith, Ernest C. Withers, Wayne F. Miller, P.H. Polk, Joe Schwartz, and Milton Williams.
 
Slide 9: A Collector's Passion: Ezzat-Malek Soudavar and Persian Lacquer
A Collector's Passion: Ezzat-Malek Soudavar and Persian Lacquer
$30.00
Over her lifetime, Ezzat-Malek Soudavar (1913-2014) assembled a stellar collection of Persian art, including several hundred outstanding examples of lacquerware. Published for the first time in A Collector's Passion: Ezzat-Malek Soudavar and Persian Lacquer, most of the intricately designed book covers, mirror cases, and pen cases date from the Qajar era (1785-1925). As a respected collector of Persian art, Mrs. Soudavar appreciated these lacquer works for both their artistic quality and historical value. As a connoisseur of calligraphy and well versed in the art of penmanship, she cherished the pen cases and boxes for their association with her personal skill and enjoyment of the art of writing.

Abolala Soudavar generously offered his mother's collection of Persian laquerware as a gift to the Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, Massachusetts and to the Smithsonian's Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington, DC. A Collector's Passion: Ezzat-Malek Soudavar and Persian Lacquer begins with an overview of Mrs. Soudavar's remarkable life in Iran and her interest in the arts. Other essays address history and work of major lacquer artists of the Qajar era as well as the materials and techniques of Persian lacquer work. Twenty highlights from the collection and a fully illustrated checklist complete this introduction to one of the major collections of Persian lacquer worldwide.
 
Slide 10: Double Exposure Civil Rights and the Promise of Equality
Double Exposure Civil Rights and the Promise of Equality
$16.95
Double Exposure: Civil Rights and the Promise of Equality commemorates the ongoing fight to fulfill the promise of freedom and equality for all American citizens, from the Civil War and Reconstruction to the present. Features powerful images from Leonard Freed’s series, Black in White America, Ernest C. Withers photographs of the Sanitation Workers’ Solidarity March in Nashville, Charles Moore’s documentation of police brutality during the 1963 Birmingham Childrens’ Crusade.
 
Slide 11: Double Exposure Picturing Children
Double Exposure Picturing Children
$16.95
The fourth volume in the series, Double Exposure: Picturing Children features a diverse selection of photographs: spontaneous records of intimate family moments, playtime, and communal activities as well as posed portraits. Photographers include Henry Clay Anderson, Wayne F. Miller, Joe Schwartz, Jamel Shabazz, Milton Williams and Ernest C. Withers. The volume includes short reflections on individual photographs which explore how the images speak not only to past experiences of African American youth, but also to our evolving concepts of childhood, youth engagement in American society and the future.
 
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